Aldicarb - CAS 116-06-3
Not Intended for Therapeutic Use. For research use only.
Category:
Inhibitor
Product Name:
Aldicarb
Catalog Number:
116-06-3
Synonyms:
OMS771; UC-21149
CAS Number:
116-06-3
Description:
Aldicarb is a cholinesterase inhibitor which prevents the breakdown of acetylcholine in the synapse.
Molecular Weight:
190.26
Molecular Formula:
C7H14N2O2S
COA:
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MSDS:
Inquire
Targets:
Others
Chemical Structure
CAS 116-06-3 Aldicarb

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1. Photo-induced self-cleaning functions on 2-anthraquinone carboxylic acid treated cotton fabrics
Ning Liu, Gang Sun* and Jing Zhu. J. Mater. Chem., 2011, 21, 15383–15390
The treated cotton fabrics also possess photo-induced self-cleaning functions against certain pesticides. Here, we evaluated photo-induced detoxification properties of the 2-AQC treated cotton fabrics against aldicarb, a common pesticide employed in agricultural productions. An LC-MS system was used to track the concentration changes of aldicarb and monitor the formation of degraded compounds in an aldicarb aqueous solution after exposure to the 2-AQC treated fabric and UVA irradiation. Fig. 7 demonstrates the LC chromatograms of raw aldicarb aqueous solution, aldicarb aqueous solution immersed with pure cotton, aldicarb aqueous solution immersed with 0.05 M 2-AQC treated cotton fabric, respectively. An aldicarb characteristic peak appears at around 19.4 min, and the peak was observed in all chromatograms. However, after irradiated by UVA light for 3 hours, the aldicarb characteristic peak for the solution immersed with the 2-AQC treated fabric decreased dramatically with an area reduction of around 90%, whereas no noticeable changes were observed from the aldicarb solution containing the control sample, illustrating the significant degradation effect of the 2-AQC treated cotton fabrics.
2. Chemical and biological decontamination functions of nanofibrous membranes
Jing Zhu, Qazaleh Bahramian, Philip Gibson, Heidi Schreuder-Gibsonb and Gang Sun*. J. Mater. Chem., 2012, 22, 8532–8540
The N-halamine structures could provide oxidative detoxification against certain toxic chemicals. Thus, the detoxification ability of the chlorinated PVA-co-PE-g-DAM nanofibrous membranes was evaluated by using aldicarb as a target toxin. Aldicarb is a carbamate pesticide and has been widely used in the agricultural industry. It has been reported that N-halamine containing materials were capable of oxidizing aldicarb into less toxic compounds mainly its sulfoxide or sulfone. In this study, the chlorinated PP-g-DAM fabric and PVA-co-PE-g-DAM nanofiber composite membranes were immersed in aldicarb aqueous solutions for 30 min. And then, these treated pesticide solutions were analyzed via high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and electrospray ionization mass spectra (MS) to trace oxidation products and any decomposition. Also, the detoxification rate was monitored by the change of the area of the chromatography peak for the target toxin before and after the contact with the chlorinated membranes.
3. A lab-on-chip cell-based biosensor for label-free sensing of water toxicants
F. Liu, A. N. Nordin,* F. Li and I. Voiculescu. Lab Chip,2014, 14,1270–1280
Aldicarb is mostly used as an insecticide in agriculture and it is a cholinesterase inhibitor preventing the breakdown of acetylcholine in the synapse. Aldicarb is highly toxic to people and animals. In a case of severe poisoning, the victim dies of respiratory failure. Aldicarb is the most toxic insecticide for humans and a number of food poisoning incidents due to aldicarb residue have been reported. For field applications, aldicarb is one of the critical chemicals that need to be tested in water.
4. Fabrication and evaluation of nanofibrous membranes with photo-induced chemical and biological decontamination functions
Jing Zhu and Gang Sun*. RSC Adv.,2014, 4,50858–50865
Aldicarb, namely 2-methyl-2-(methylthio)propanal-O-(N-methyl-carbamoyl)oxime, is a carbamate pesticide that has been widely used as a nematicide in agricultural production. It has been reported that aldicarb can be oxidized and converted into less toxic compounds in the presence of photosensitizers. In this study, aldicarb was employed as a target toxin to evaluate the photo-induced self-decontamination functions of the AQC-functionalized PVA-co-PE nanofibrous membranes. Pure aldicarb solution and aldicarb solutions immersed with pristine membranes or AQC-functionalized membranes were all exposed to UVA irradiation for certain contact times, and then were analyzed via HPLC and mass spectrometry to identify any decomposition or oxidation products.